How does a big, fat, juicy bacon burger sound for lighting up your Fourth of July? It’s the ultimate burger, and we have three ways to get the job done: beef burgers topped with strips of crispy bacon, beef patties topped with flavorful bacon jam and, our personal favorite, a beef-bacon burger.We’ll start with the simplest: beef topped with crispy bacon.The key here is the bacon. We like Tender Belly Bacon, which is available at Cherokee’s of Manitou in Manitou Springs. Go for the thick-cut, dry rubbed uncured cherrywood. Or for some spice, try the dry rubbed uncured habanero style. Either is hearty and delicious. Arts & Entertainment Is this heaven? No, it's a Colorado Springs food truck | Pikes Pick Seth Boster The bacon is baked in the oven, not fried in cast-iron skillets where you have to fight all that spattering grease. Cooking bacon in the oven allows you to make large batches at once, with every slice evenly cooked and as crisp as you want.The … [Read more...] about Hey, bacon burger lovers: We’ve got a recipe for you.
The former editor of men’s magazine FHM has launched his own literary title to offer an alternative to what he described as the “pseudo-academic” treatment given to book reviews in rival publications. Magazine veteran Ed Needham decided to launch Strong Words after Dennis Publishing closed the print edition of Coach magazine, the health and fitness title he had founded and edited from 2015 to 2016.TimelineNovember 17, 2015How digital media and changes in society killed off the UK lads' magsNovember 17, 2015Bauer announces plans to close lads' mags FHM and Zoo with 20 editorial jobs at riskOctober 23, 2012Why the Standard's return to profit shows print isn't dead - but paid-fors still have big issues His new title contains book reviews, news and interviews with authors, cover designers and independent publishers.An avid reader, Needham said books hadn’t been getting the “representation in the media that they deserve”, adding: “They play a … [Read more...] about Former FHM editor launches new book magazine Strong Words
By David Pierce WSJ Sun., March 31, 2019 In some ways, Apple News+, the company’s new all-you-can-read news and magazine subscription service, feels like the same idea that powered the Kindle and even the original iPod. Take a bunch of physical things—books or CDs—and make them available en masse on a single device. “To have your whole music library with you at all times is a quantum leap in listening to music,” Steve Jobs said of the iPod back in 2001. So now you’ll have a whole newsstand of magazines. Yay? In addition to the magazines, News+ also includes content from other publications, including this one. But as with the other titles here, your News+ subscription only gets you so much. There’s a section titled From The Wall Street Journal, which features a handful of stories across the Journal’s coverage areas. And if you search or browse through the Journal’s News channel, you can see more … [Read more...] about Apple News+ Is Great for Magazine Lovers, But It’s Not the Future of News
Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Hayley Kaufman Globe Staff December 18, 2018 Tick tick tick. Christmas is almost here and you still haven’t wrapped up your shopping? Better start clicking now.Yes, we said “clicking.” We’re realists. And at this point, you still have a shot at buying some great gifts online before you resign yourself to whatever’s left at Rite Aid.Lucky for you, we’ve found an array of cool, curated goodies that you can order through Amazon now and, with any luck, have under the tree just in the nick of time. Advertisement Oprah can help: In a stroke of genius, Amazon has a whole section dedicated to “Oprah’s Favorite Things,” categorized by price (“Under $50”) and type of gift. Get The Weekender in your inbox: The Globe's top picks for what to see and do each weekend, in Boston and beyond. Thank you for … [Read more...] about Are you going to order some gifts online or what? Here are some great last-minute buys
Hillel Italie, Ap National Writer Updated 9:53 am PST, Friday, December 14, 2018 FILE - This Jan. 5, 2018 file photo shows three remaining copies of the book "Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House," by Michael Wolff, displayed at a Barnes & Noble store in Newport, Ky. It landed in early January and quickly had the country talking and President Donald Trump threatening to sue. less FILE - This Jan. 5, 2018 file photo shows three remaining copies of the book "Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House," by Michael Wolff, displayed at a Barnes & Noble store in Newport, Ky. It landed in ... more Photo: John Minchillo, AP Photo: John Minchillo, AP Image 1 of / 8 Caption Close Image 1 of 8 FILE - This Jan. 5, 2018 file photo shows three remaining copies of the book … [Read more...] about From Trump to #MeToo, publishing made headlines in 2018